At Anything on Canvas we strive to produce only the best, with so many places offering cheap low quality canvas prints these days it's hard to know where to go to get a quality product.
Our custom icc profiles ensure that colors are accurate. We'd be glad to supply these to you at your request for proofing needs.
Over the years we've offered many different types of canvas on our website. However, we've recently decided to make things much simpler for our clients by only offering our most popular and best selling canvas.
Sunset by Fredrix Matte Canvas(20 mil, 470 gsm)
Our Stretcher Bars (Frames):
All of our stretcher bars are made in house using properly kiln-dried wood so we can make any custom sized job.
Choose from 3/4", 1.25", or 1.75" bar (frame) thickness. This is the depth that your canvas print will protrude from the wall.
Canvas Edge Options:
Mirror Edge Finish (most common) - Your image appears to be gallery wrapped around the sides, however none of the image is lost during the wrap as it is mirrored. This is our default way to finish canvas prints, unless specified during ordering. If the mirrored image is likely to produce a strange effect we will opt to finish with the black artist tape instead.
Image Over-Flow - Your image is gallery wrapped around the sides. Some of the image is wrapped around the edge. (Allow for 1" loss on a 3/4" bar, 1.5" loss on a 1.25" bar, and 2" loss on a 1.75" bar).
Black Artist Taped Edge Finish - We use a black cloth-like artist tape to cleanly finish the edges. This is a good option when your image can't be wrapped around the sides due to certain constraints.
Each canvas is finished with Satinex™ (satin) or Mattex™ (matte) uv film which will enhance the colors and protect your print from scratches and fading so you can enjoy it for years to come. Many of our competitors do not offer this same protection but we include it at no extra cost.
Matched with our Epson 9900 large format printer, the Epson UltraChrome HDR (High Dynamic Range) pigment ink is the ultimate professional photo and graphic arts ink. It achieves the highest level of color accuracy. The addition of orange and green inks takes color performance to a new level. Grass and foliage will be much more vivid and natural, while orange tones like sunsets will be more dazzling. Photographers will be delighted to see that the orange ink also lessens the graininess in skin tones.